New Books This Week 22.05.18

May 22, 2018

A Selection Of The New Books We 

Have In

This Week.  


Lot No. 249
By Arthur Conan Doyle



Features a supernatural Egyptian mummy.


Dear Mrs Bird
By AJ Pearce


 Debut novel set in 1940s London. Emmeline Lake finds herself typing letters for the renowned agony aunt of Woman's Friend magazine, Henrietta Bird.The message is clear,any letter containing unpleasantness must go, but soon the thought of unanswered women becomes too much to bear and Emmeline secretly writes back. A love letter to female friendship, Blitz spirit, the kindness of strangers and the art of letter-writing itself.




Dead In The Dark
By Stephen Booth


The dark side of the Peak District gets explored in this exciting case for Cooper and Fry. Cooper suspects a disappeared man of having been murdered, but needs to find a body to convince Fry.






By Stephen King


Detective Ralph Anderson becomes convinced that, contrary to popular belief, the local Little League coach is being held wrongfully for an eleven-year-old boy's murder - an assertion that poses the question of how the coach could have seemingly been in two places at once during the moment in question. 

Patrick Melrose Volume 1: Never Mind, Bad News and Some Hope
By Edward St Aubyn


Patrick Melrose Volume 1 is a story of abuse, addiction and recovery. It introduces a character like no other, on a journey to the furthest limits of human experience.




Violet and the Pearl of the Orient
By Harriet Whitehorn
Illustrated by Becka Moor


Meet Violet Remy-Robinson, a Sherlock Holmes in the making in this captivating new series.

Secret Barrister: Stories of the Law and How It's Broken
By The Secret Barrister


An anonymous barrister writes a darkly comic, provocative and moving first-hand account of life in the legal system and how it's failing us all.



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